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Xamarin.Forms Layouts are used to compose user interface controls into logical structures.
Layout class in Xamarin.Forms is a specialized subtype of View, which acts as a container for other Layouts or Views. It typically contains logic to set the position and size of child elements in Xamarin.Forms applications.
|ContentPresenter||A layout manager for templated views. Used within a ControlTemplate to mark where the content to be presented appears.|
|ContentView||An element with a single content. ContentView has very little use of its own. Its purpose is to serve as a base class for user-defined compound views.|
|Frame||An element containing a single child, with some framing options. Frame have a default Xamarin.Forms.Layout.Padding of 20.|
|ScrollView||An element capable of scrolling if it's Content requires.|
|TemplatedView||An element that displays content with a control template, and the base class for ContentView.|
|AbsoluteLayout||Positions child elements at absolute requested positions. User assigned anchors and bounds defines the position and size of the control.|
|Grid||A layout containing views arranged in rows and columns.|
|RelativeLayout||A Layout that uses Constraints to layout its children.|
|StackLayout||A Layout that positions child elements in a single line which can be oriented vertically or horizontally. This layout will set the child bounds automatically during a layout cycle. User assigned bounds will be overwritten and thus should not be set on a child element by the user.|